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On Sunday, 3 December 2017 18:31:40 UTC-5, Tom Dick  wrote:
> A young woman living in London has died after falling out of a 
> second-story window. It was thought she may have been taking a 
> selfie at the time.
> Toni Kelly, who was originally from New Zealand but had been 
> living in London, suffered a brain injury as a result of the 
> fall, and she subsequently died in hospital from her injuries.
> While it's not entirely clear what the exact circumstances 
> surrounding Toni's fall were, according to Daily Mail Australia 
> her friends believe she had been trying to take a photograph of 
> herself near the window at the time.
> Toni's friends have set up a fundraising page on New Zealand 
> crowdfunding website Give A Little to gather together the money 
> required to bring Toni's body back to her family in New Zealand. 
> Toni is described on the page as "a young, happy and beautiful 
> girl who has had a tragic accident while living overseas in 
> London."
> So far, over $38,000 has been raised in donations following the 
> the young woman's death.
> The page also confirmed that Toni's organs had been donated "to 
> help save other lives in the UK".
> The New Zealand Herald reports Toni's sister Stacey posted on 
> Facebook to thank people for their donations. "I just wanna say 
> thank you from the bottom of my heart for the endless support so 
> far," the post reportedly said
> "We are completely lost for words & can't wait to be home."
> You can donate to Toni Kelly's Give A Little page here.
> selfie/13926573

If everyone took just the first two lessons of a judo class, 1/2 the people who die in falls would